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Meet Jessica

Meet Jessica

Gro Master believes in providing the best service possible to our dealers and customers.  That’s why we’ve added Jessica Flint to the Gro Master team as our new Customer Service Representative. Agriculture has always been part of Jessica’s life, and she knows her way around…

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Dairy: A Love Story

Dairy: A Love Story

June is National Dairy Month, so I had to sneak in a dairy post before the month is over. Did you know? The average cow produces enough milk each day to fill at least six one-gallon jugs, about 55 pounds of milk. Research is indicating that…

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Bacon makes everything better

Bacon makes everything better

We all know that bacon makes everything better.  It’s practically a universal truth.  So when it came time to submit an idea for a new flavor of ice cream at a local shop, my friend Elizabeth knew just what to do. BACON.  Specifically, chocolate-covered bacon…

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Crystal Spring Hog Equipment: Legacy Video

Crystal Spring Hog Equipment: Legacy Video

Have you watched the Crystal Spring Hog Equipment legacy video yet?  You really should. This project was a year-long labor of love for myself, the guys at Crystal Spring (and their awesome wives and sisters and kiddos), and the creative team at Jordan Green Productions,…

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Some days you just can’t

Some days you just can’t

It’s the week post-World Pork Expo, which means catching up on emails, projects, and sleep.  World Pork is enjoyable and productive in its own way, but also just exhausting.  I need an intern, more coffee, a nap. These nursery pigs understand my (first-world) pain.  Some…

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World Pork Expo 2014

World Pork Expo 2014

I’m over at SwineWeb.com again this week, sharing stories from my World Pork Expo experience.   #1: A behind the scenes look at setting up our booth   #2:  A review of tradeshow booths at WPX   #3:  Food at World Pork Expo  

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Pigs on Pinterest

Pigs on Pinterest

Pinterest is a wealth of resources for recipes, craft ideas and home decorating projects.  Also, evidently, pigs.  Check out these porktastic pins I’ve found recently: A good friend of ours just had a baby – I think maybe she needs this plush little porker. How…

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Finally Friday

Finally Friday

These pigs and I wish you a very happy Memorial Day weekend.

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Tips from a Traveling Wife

Tips from a Traveling Wife

I’m over at Housewives of Rural America today, sharing some tips for life on the road. Click over there for thoughts on laundry, snacks and more.

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Eating Local

Eating Local

There are many benefits to eating food that’s grown locally – minimizing the impact to the environment, supporting your local economy, etc.  I love a morning spent downtown at the Farmer’s Market, especially when accompanied by brunch with a Bloody Mary at a nearby restaurant….

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